You want to know who is coming into your home or commercial site. Here’s your first introduction to the Dynamo Electric team. As you’ll see, we don’t take ourselves too seriously… but we do take our work seriously. Our motto is “Have fun while getting it done.”
Kenny Daniels, Master Electrician
Kenny is Dynamo’s founder and has been a master electrician since 2003. When he’s not taking care of your electrical needs, he’s coaching kids’ sports, playing soccer, running, or biking. Kenny, his wife, and their five kids attend St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Towson. One of Kenny’s dreams is to create a network of contractors committed to providing low-cost facility maintenance to churches and other nonprofits.
Chris, Operations Manager
Chris knows how to run a tight ship. He has to, being the father of 10 kids! Chris orchestrates all the logistics to make things run smoothly. Running. Maybe Chris should start running. He likes riding his bike, but he has been hit by a car four times, twice in a crosswalk…or maybe he should just stay on that ship—you can’t get hit by a car from there.
Derek may look like he’s 12, but he has been with Dynamo since 2004. He is a great electrician with lots of experience. Yes, he really is old enough to drive. And no, he is not one of Kenny’s kids.
Mike, an electrician with Dynamo since 2006, is Ravens’ purple through and through. He enjoys playing pool and golf, and has been married since 2014.
Kevin Holy is our QuickBooks hero. He manages to keep us in balance while balancing his own schedule. If you need to find Kevin, he’s probably at a soccer field or at the St. Ursula basketball court.
Sean has been with Dynamo since October 2017. “Honesty is the best policy” for him. As a “taller than normal” guy, Sean loves anything sports, especially soccer. Sean is happy to go to an Orioles game in Baltimore, but honestly his heart lies with his Red Sox. Even with that small baseball flaw, Sean can make a mediocre suit look perfect!
Dave is an enthusiastic learner and a super electrician whose favorite color is camouflage. He is working toward his master’s license and loves the friendly, laid-back atmosphere at Dynamo. A big football fan, Dave is either playing on the field himself as a wide receiver, or he’s watching the Baltimore Ravens or the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Samuel is #4 in a family with 10 kids. And his mom used to homeschool them all. Samuel liked that he didn’t have to get dressed to go to school. (But don’t worry, he gets dressed before he comes to work now.) This rock climber’s favorite thing about being an electrician is getting to work with his hands. If he could, he’d climb the stairway all the way to heaven.
If, God forbid, you happen to go into cardiac arrest, then Tony is the electrician who can help resuscitate you. He’s CPR-certified. Whether he’s taking care of emergency situations or otherwise, Tony’s approach to work is, “Get it done, no matter what it takes,” and “Put a smile on the client’s face at the end of the day!” During his free time, Tony loves to be outdoors, skateboarding or fishing. (Maybe that’s what makes him so good at fishing wires through walls!) Tony is such a big Ravens fan that he couldn’t help but wear purple for his photo. (Looks like he’s got Mike and Dave beat!)
Manny is “the man.” Well, the OLD man, that is. Working with our team of mostly younger guys, he finds himself to be one of the few elders. What he might lack in youthful appearance though, he makes up for in wisdom. This venerated geezer is a role model when it comes to work ethic. He’s all about trust, respect, integrity, commitment, accountability, and passion. He also brings valuable skills and experience to our team, having done masonry, carpentry, and tile work at construction companies in the past. And when he’s not at work, this family man enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids. (It gives him an excuse to watch those Disney movies he loves. After all, even an old Manny can still be young at heart.)
Mike’s hat is cool, but Noah wasn’t willing to trade his O’s cap for it. In fact, Noah is such an Orioles fan that his favorite kind of cake is vanilla with a big O’s logo on top. As an experienced baker, Noah knows the recipe for success—whether it’s for baking his own fluffy white bread or for whipping up sweet results for Dynamo’s customers.
Fotis was dressed to impress from the first day he interviewed at Dynamo. It just might have won him the award for “Best Suit Skills”. (Sorry, Sean!) This easygoing animal lover also likes to travel internationally and play golf. When it comes to work, Fotis considers the Dynamo team “electricians for the people”. His favorite part is solving problems and seeing a happy customer at the end of the day.
August is currently pursuing his baseball career, but this picture was too pretty to remove from the website.
Tracey has been our office administrator since 2004 and Kenny’s wife since 1998. She is the wonderful mother of Zach, Josh, Hannah, Sara, and Leah. She’s the real dynamo.
When you call Dynamo Electric, you’ll hear Kim’s friendly voice answer the phone. (Sorry, she doesn’t take pizza orders. But she’ll be glad to help you schedule an electrical service!) Prior to joining Dynamo, Kim had 20 years of experience in customer service and contracts. So, she knows the importance of keeping customers happy and putting their needs first. Now she’s glad to be with our family-owned company. And speaking of family, she’s also the older sister of one of our electricians. Can you guess which one?
This is Noah’s mom.